The Parrott-Camp-Soucy House is a building in Newnan, Georgia.


The historic home was built in 1842. In 1885, Judge John S. Bigby bought the home as a wedding gift for his daughter, Callie Bigby Parrott. Shortly thereafter the then Greek revival home was "Victorianized" with elaborate mouldings and woodwork. In 1936 the house was bought by the Camp family. Later, it was purchased by Chuck and Doris Soucy from the Camp family in 1984.[1]

Filming Location

The house was used as the Barnavelt House in the 2018 film, The House with a Clock in its Walls.  For production the house was painted black and surrounded by faux columns and stones[1].

The house was also seen in the film The Odd Life of Timothy Green in 2012.


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Two sites prepare to film in/near downtown Newnan soon"; The Newnan Times-Herald (Sept. 21, 2017).
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